Two kittens discovered by Shropshire road

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The cats are being cared for by a foster mother

Two kittens, thought to be about four-weeks-old, have been abandoned by a road side in Shropshire.

They were discovered in a cardboard box by the A5 in Oswestry on Monday, the RSPCA said.

RSPCA Insp Chris Dunbar said the kittens had been found by a council worker who then took them to an animal welfare centre.

"Unfortunately, it happens on an all too regular a basis, particularly with unwanted kittens," he said.

The kittens, who were too young to be taken away from a mother, have been adopted by a cat with her own litter.

Insp Dunbar said people should get their adults cats neutered.

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